Full-Time Employment

We offer generous professional development opportunities to qualified full-time​​ employees.​​ The Virginia Aquarium recruits and hires most employees through the City of Virginia Beach.

If interested in learning more about the opportunities and to view all full-time jobs currently available:

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Part-Time Contract Employment

We currently do not have any part-time positions open. Please check back later!

Internships

We offer several internships for college students throughout the year. These unpaid volunteer positions provide career exploration for rising college juniors and seniors seeking academic credit with an interest in pursuing careers related to biology, marine biology, science education, aquarium sciences, or related support staff positions

The Virginia Aquarium’s Research and Conservation Division is now accepting intern applications for summer 2023. There is one unpaid volunteer positions available with Acquisitions and Quarantine. The application deadline is March 3, 2023. Notification of acceptance will occur no later than April 4, 2023. The internship start date is flexible. Please note that this is an unpaid experience, and the Virginia Aquarium does not provide intern housing. Interns are fully responsible for fulfilling all requirements of their home institutions to receive academic credit.

Duties

  • Assist with aquatic husbandry and maintenance at Virginia Aquarium’s Marine Animal Care Center. This will include:
  • Marine and freshwater specimen collection (seine net, hook and line, dip net, trawl net, etc.).
  • Disease recognition and treatment of marine and freshwater fish,
  • Water chemistry testing and treatment,
  • Food preparation, feeding aquatic animals, cleaning habitats, system maintenance and repair.
  • Involvement with various marine mammal and sea turtle stranding activities and participation in various field research projects.

Qualifications

  • Current student or recent college graduate with course work in biology, marine science, fisheries science, or related field.
  • A strong career interest in fisheries management, aquaculture, public aquarium management, or marine science.
  • Previous field and/or laboratory research and small boat handling experience a plus.
  • Must know how to swim and SCUBA certified. Open water level preferred.
  • Must be able to work in extreme environmental conditions for up to 8 hours.
  • Must have the ability to lift 50 pounds.

Position Requirements

Based on school requirements.

Internship Learning Objectives

Based on school requirements.

Intern Schedule

Schedule is flexible with a minimum requirement of 2-3 days a week.

Minimum Commitment Required

This internship has a minimum requirement of 8 weeks.

Intern Supervisor/Mentor

Acquisition, Quarantine & Boat Operations Manager

Work Location

Virginia Aquarium’s Darden Marine Animal Conservation Center is the base site. Location of activities will vary.

Application Requirements

A complete Acquisition & Quarantine Intern application packet must include the following components. Only complete application packets will be considered.

  • A cover letter that includes how the internship experience will assist with career or academic goals.
  • Virginia Aquarium & Marine Science Center internship application form. (Link to intern application)
  • Two letters of recommendation; one must be an academic reference.
  • Resume.
  • College Transcript(s).

Completed Application Packets

Forward your completed application packet to:

Virginia Aquarium & Marine Science Center

717 General Booth Boulevard

Virginia Beach, Virginia 23451

Attn: Volunteer Engagement- Intern Applicant

If applying via email, please send the completed application packet to Interns@VirginiaAquarium.com and copy JThompso@VirginiaAquarium.com. Please put "A&Q Intern Application Packet" in the subject line.

The Virginia Aquarium’s Guest Engagement staff are now accepting applications for a Guest Engagement-Community Engagement Intern. The application deadline is open until a candidate has been selected. Interns are expected to complete 160 hours over a consecutive three-month period dependent on semester dates. Please note that this is an unpaid experience, and the Virginia Aquarium does not provide intern housing. Interns are fully responsible for fulfilling all requirements of their home institutions to receive academic credit.

Position Overview

The Guest Engagement-Community Engagement Intern will be responsible for helping develop and implement Discovery Garden programs and Grab Go Show bags with a focus on fun educational content accessible to an early learning audience.

Duties

  • Develop and implement Discovery Garden activities that encourage the exploration of nature and science through play for a young audience.
  • Facilitate programs that cater to an early learning audience that share core conservation messages that are easy for all guests to understand.
  • Create opportunities for a wide age range of children, including pre-kindergarten and school-aged children, to explore and learn about nature at the key engagement areas in the Aquarium.
  • Develop Grab Go Show bags to compliment messaging at key engagement areas: Rays, Upland River, and Sharks.
  • Conduct evaluation on the Discovery Garden programming offered to ensure educational goals are met.
  • Work with staff to ensure guests’ needs are met with excellent customer service.

Required Qualifications

  • Must be at least 18 years old.
  • Must be a rising sophomore or junior, or recent graduate.
  • Must be self-motivated, articulate, mature, reliable, and responsible. Should work well independently as well as with a team.
  • Must be physically fit with the ability to lift 50 pounds and stand for long periods outdoors.

Preferred Qualifications

  • Demonstrate interest in a career in environmental education and/or science communication.
  • Have some experience working with an early learning or young audience.
  • Have excellent communication skills.
  • Be comfortable talking to guests and providing good customer service.

Position Requirements

  • Possess a valid U.S. driver’s license.
  • Pass a City of Virginia Beach background check.
  • Be available to work during the Aquarium’s operating hours, 9 a.m. - 5 p.m.; until 6 pm during the summer, which includes weekends and holidays.

Intern Learning Objectives

  • Develop fundamental engagement skills and test strategies for informal environmental education communication.
  • Gain programming and facilitation skills through oversight of the entire program planning process.
  • Facilitate teamwork through positive actions and activities.
  • Deliver a formal report of the experience that includes insight and knowledge gained that can be shared with the education staff in an informal presentation.

Intern Schedule

The internship schedule is flexible to accommodate classes and work obligations.

Minimum Commitment Required

160 hours over a consecutive three-month period.

Intern Supervisor/Mentor

Equity, Community, and Learning Team Lead

Work Location

Virginia Aquarium’s Main and South Buildings.

Application Requirements

A complete Guest Engagement-Community Engagement Intern application packet must include the following components. Only complete application packets will be considered.

  • A cover letter that includes how the internship experience will assist with career or academic goals.
  • Virginia Aquarium & Marine Science Center internship application form. (Link to intern application)
  • Two letters of recommendation; one must be an academic reference.
  • Resume.
  • College Transcript(s).

Completed Application Packets

Forward your completed application packet to:

Virginia Aquarium & Marine Science Center

717 General Booth Boulevard

Virginia Beach, Virginia 23451

Attn: Volunteer Engagement- Intern Applicant

If applying via email, please send the completed application packet to Interns@VirginiaAquarium.com and copy KPBurns@VirginiaAquarium.com. Please type "Guest Engagement Intern Application Packet" in the subject line.

The Virginia Aquarium’s Science Education Division is now accepting School Programs Intern applications for summer 2023. There is one unpaid volunteer positions available. The application deadline is March 3, 2023. Notification of acceptance will occur no later than April 4, 2023. The internship duration is flexible between May 2023 and August 2023. Please note that this is an unpaid experience, and the Virginia Aquarium does not provide intern housing. Interns are fully responsible for fulfilling all requirements of their home institutions to receive academic credit.

Position Overview

Intern will be introduced to a variety of educational programs to help build marine science knowledge, public speaking and presentation skills, and confidence teaching all ages in an informal setting.

Duties

  • Engage school-aged children with live animal presentations and hands-on activities at the Aquarium and offsite at schools, daycares, rec centers, and libraries.
  • Engage school-aged children with live animal presentations, interactive discussions, Q&A sessions, and viewing aquarium habitats in a virtual setting.
  • Work with education specialists to complete administrative tasks and special projects related to school programming. Tasks may include developing new lesson plans and activities, conducting inventories, organizing supplies, and updating training materials.

Qualifications

  • An interest in science or education.
  • Ability to lift to 50 pounds.
  • Comfortable interacting with children and adults.
  • Public speaking and customer service experience preferred.

Position Requirements

Intern will be expected to work with education staff to develop presentation skills and deliver components of the program to school-aged children. Depending on intern’s objectives, he or she may work to develop a special presentation or project.

Intern Learning Objectives

  • Review program outlines and animal information to build knowledge.
  • Shadow education staff during programs to build knowledge and presentation skills.
  • Co-instruct with education staff to practice skills and improve ability to communicate effectively with all ages.

Intern Schedule

Most education programs take place Monday - Saturday between 8 a.m. and 5 p.m. Some programs will require an earlier start for travel or are scheduled in the late afternoon. Interns must have a flexible schedule to assist with all programs during the summer.

Minimum Commitment Required

A minimum of 100 hours is required. The total number of hours can be determined based on intern’s objectives and school credit requirements.

Intern Supervisor/Mentor

Virginia Aquarium’s School and Youth Programs Specialist

Work Location

Virginia Aquarium’s Main Building, South Building, and off-site locations.

Application Requirements

A complete School Programs Intern application packet must include the following components. Only complete application packets will be considered.

  • A cover letter that includes how the internship experience will assist with career or academic goals.
  • Virginia Aquarium & Marine Science Center internship application form. (Link to intern application)
  • Two letters of recommendation; one must be an academic reference.
  • Resume.
  • College Transcript(s).

Completed Application Packets

Forward your completed application packet to:

Virginia Aquarium & Marine Science Center

717 General Booth Boulevard

Virginia Beach, Virginia 23451

Attn: Volunteer Engagement- Intern Applicant

If applying via email, please send completed application packet to Interns@VirginiaAquarium.com and copy AGrantStout@VirginiaAquarium.com. Please type "School Programs Intern Application Packet" in the subject line.

The Virginia Aquarium’s Science Education Division is now accepting Summer Camp Intern applications for summer 2023. The application deadline is March 3, 2023. The internship duration is flexible between mid-June 2022 and August 2022. Please note that this is an unpaid experience, and the Virginia Aquarium does not provide intern housing. Interns are fully responsible for fulfilling all requirements of their home institutions to receive academic credit.

Position Overview

Interns aid instructors in providing a safe, educational, and memorable experience to participants ages 4 to 15 attending summer camps at the Virginia Aquarium.

Duties

  • Assist campers with hands-on experiments, live animal encounters, nature play, collecting live organisms, and behind the scenes encounters.
  • Assist with designing new activities and experiences for campers.
  • Prepare materials and teaching spaces.
  • Communicate with parents to facilitate check-in and check-out procedures.

Qualifications

  • Prefer candidate majoring in science or education.
  • Must have completed at least one year of college or a recent graduate (within the past 12 months).
  • Must have the ability to recognize and share teachable moments with campers.
  • Must be able to work actively outdoors and in the water.
  • Experience working with children is a plus.

Position Requirements

Intern will be expected to work with education staff to develop presentation skills and deliver components of the camp to participants. He or she will work to develop activities that tie in with the camp’s theme and present that activity to campers.

Intern Learning Objectives

  • Review camp outlines, activity plans, and animal information to build knowledge.
  • Attend camp trainings scheduled in June 2023.
  • Complete Kulture City Sensory training and other sessions to build understanding of children with special needs.
  • Shadow education staff during camps to build knowledge and presentation skills.
  • Co-instruct with education staff to practice skills and improve ability to communicate effectively with ages 4 to 15.

Intern Schedule

Summer camps take place Monday through Friday, 8:00 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. May require an adjusted schedule to facilitate early drop offs and late pick-ups starting at 7:00 a.m. or ending at 6:00 p.m.

Minimum Commitment

A minimum of 120 hours is required.

Intern Supervisor/Mentor

Virginia Aquarium’s School and Youth Specialist.

Work Location

Virginia Aquarium’s Main Building, South Building, and offsite locations.

Application Requirements

A complete Summer Camp Intern application packet must include the following components. Only complete application packets will be considered.

  • A cover letter that includes how the internship experience will assist with career or academic goals. § Virginia Aquarium & Marine Science Center internship application form. (New link to intern application)
  • Two letters of recommendation; one must be an academic reference.
  • Resume
  • College Transcript(s)

Completed Application Packets

Forward your completed application packet to:

Virginia Aquarium & Marine Science Center

717 General Booth Boulevard

Virginia Beach, Virginia 23451

Attn: Volunteer Engagement- Intern Applicant

If applying via email, please send completed application packet to Interns@VirginiaAquarium.com and copy AGrantStout@VirginiaAquarium.com. Please type "Summer Camp Intern Application Packet" in the subject line.


The Virginia Aquarium’s Research & Conservation Division is now accepting Stranding Response Intern applications for summer 2023. The application deadline is February 1, 2023. Internships will be approximately three months long, starting between May and June. Internships will be fulfilled following COVID-19 safety guidelines, and positions are subject to change based on the most current recommendations. Please note that all positions are non-compensatory, and the Virginia Aquarium does not provide housing. Interns are fully responsible for fulfilling all requirements of their home institutions to receive academic credit.

Position Overview

Virginia Aquarium Stranding Response Program (VAQS) interns promote the conservation of marine animal species through research, response, rehabilitation, and education. Interns will be cross-trained in all aspects of stranding response; however, daily tasks will be delegated according to interest and caseload. Stranding work is unpredictable; therefore, experiences will vary by internship session. VAQS staff will provide as many learning opportunities as possible during each session.

Duties

  • Respond to live and dead marine mammals and sea turtles in the field.
  • Participate in all aspects of post-mortem examinations: cutting and sampling, data collection, photographing, carcass recovery, and cleaning.
  • Perform daily husbandry tasks, including food preparation, feeding, and cleaning the rehab area, kitchen, and associated supplies.
  • Assist staff with new admits and daily treatments of patients. Restrain animals for exams, collect vitals (heart rate, respiratory rate, temperature) and morphometrics, take photographs, administer medications, and perform wound care.
  • Ensure response preparedness by stocking response bags, fueling vehicles, and cleaning gear.
  • Assist with releases of rehabilitation patients, public outreach events, and volunteer/cooperator trainings.
  • Assist staff with daily administrative tasks, including answering hotline calls, data entry, and completing response paperwork.
  • Complete other projects and tasks as assigned by VAQS staff.

Required Qualifications

  • Must be at least 18 years old.
  • Must be enrolled in an undergraduate or graduate program or have graduated within the last two years.
  • Must be physically fit, able to lift 50 pounds, and walk long distances on the beach in adverse conditions such as extreme heat and cold, humidity, rain, and wind.
  • Must be self-motivated, articulate, mature, reliable, and responsible. Should work well independently as well as with a team.
  • Should be comfortable around dead and decomposing animals.
  • Prefer candidate comfortable driving large pick-up trucks and vans. If accepted, willingness to learn how to drive response vehicles is required.
  • Background in biology and familiarity with stranding response preferred.
  • Experience with DSLR cameras and Microsoft Access preferred.

Position Requirements

  • Attend VAQS orientation and City of Virginia Beach Defensive Driving upon starting.
  • Possess a valid driver’s license.
  • Pass a City of Virginia Beach background check.
  • Comply with all organizational COVID-19 preventative measures.

Internship Learning Objectives

Develop fundamental hands-on stranding response and rehabilitation skills:

  • Perform post-mortem examinations on sea turtles and marine mammals.
  • Perform basic health assessments of rehabilitation patients, including vitals collection, wound treatment, administering medications, and blood processing.
  • Complete Sea Turtle Stranding and Salvage Network (STSSN) and Marine Mammal Stranding Level A forms.
  • Enter stranding data in Microsoft Access.

Intern Schedule

Intern is expected to be available 3-4 days per week, 8 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. Weekend and holiday coverage is expected.

Minimum Commitment Required

Rotating 24-32 hours per week for the duration of the internship.

Intern Supervisor/Mentor

VAQS Volunteer Manager and project supervisor.

Work Location

Virginia Aquarium’s Darden Marine Animal Conservation Center

Application Requirements

A complete Stranding Response Internship packet must include the following components:

  • Cover letter detailing preferred focus area, necropsy or rehabilitation, and internship expectations. While we will do our best to accommodate intern preferences, staff will determine the final focus area. There is some flexibility with the internship start and end dates. Please include any known schedule conflicts in your letter.
  • Two letters of recommendation; one must be an academic reference.
  • Resume
  • College transcript(s)

Completed Application Packets

Forward your completed application packet to:

Virginia Aquarium & Marine Science Center
717 General Booth Boulevard
Virginia Beach, Virginia 23451
Attn: Volunteer Engagement - Intern Applicant

OR email completed application packet to Interns@VirginiaAquarium.com and copy vaqstranding@gmail.com. Please type "Stranding Response Intern Application Packet" in the subject line.

Fellowships

We also offer fellowship opportunities in marine science, animal care, exhibits, and education, to college or post-graduate students. The Batten Fellowship also includes a stipend to help offset personal and incidental expenses. Batten Fellowships fund students to complete work in specific projects and programs.

The Virginia Aquarium & Marine Science Center's Mammal and Animal Ambassador staff are now accepting applications for an Animal Care Batten Fellow. The application deadline is March 1, 2023. Fellows are expected to work 400 hours over a consecutive three-month period. Fellowships will be fulfilled in accordance with COVID-19 safety guidelines, and positions are subject to change based on the most current recommendations. The Virginia Aquarium does not provide housing.

Fellows are fully responsible for fulfilling all requirements of their home institutions to receive academic credit. This competitive position includes a modest compensation, $15 per hour, to help offset personal and incidental expenses over the appointment period.

Position Overview

The Animal Care Fellow will be exposed to all aspects of care for our Mammal and Animal Ambassador collections. The fellow will also learn classical and operant conditioning techniques through positive reinforcement.

Duties

  • Diet preparation for a variety of animals.
  • Cleaning of enclosures, habitats, food prep areas, utensils, buckets, and equipment.
  • Maintaining thorough records.
  • Animal observations and working with the Zoo Monitor program.
  • Assisting with husbandry and handling of animals as necessary.
  • Observing and assisting in daily animal training sessions.
  • Speaking on a microphone for educational programs.
  • Creating Enrichment

Required Qualifications

  • Must be at least 18 years old.
  • Must be a rising junior, recent graduate (within five years), or currently pursuing a post-graduate degree in a related field.
  • Must be self-motivated, articulate, mature, reliable, and responsible. Should work well independently as well as with a team.
  • Must be physically fit with the ability to lift 50 pounds and stand for long periods outdoors.
  • Be comfortable in and around open water.
  • Must be comfortable handling reptiles, birds, invertebrates, amphibians, and mammals.
  • Must listen to and take direction well.

Preferred Qualifications

  • Demonstrate interest in a career in environmental science, animal care, conservation, or behavioral management.
  • Rabies Vaccinated.
  • Have excellent communication skills.
  • Be comfortable talking to guests and providing superior customer service.

Position Requirements

  • Possess a valid U.S. driver's license.
  • Pass a City of Virginia Beach background check.
  • Be available to work during animal care hours, 7:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m. daily, including weekends and holidays.

Fellowship Learning Objectives

  • Gain knowledge of animal husbandry in all aspects
  • Develop a strong understanding of operant and classical conditioning
  • Create a new enrichment device
  • Conduct public programs
  • Deliver a formal presentation of the experience that includes insight and knowledge gained that can be shared with the staff and other fellows in an informal presentation.

Fellow Schedule

The fellow is expected to be available 4 to 5 days per week, with shifts varying between 7:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. or 6:00 p.m. during the summer. Weekend and holiday coverage is expected.

Minimum Commitment Required

400 hours

Work Location

Virginia Aquarium & Marine Science Center

Application Requirements

  • A complete Mammals and Animal Ambassador Batten Fellowship application packet must include the following. Incomplete application packets will not be considered.
  • A Cover letter indicating the specific Batten Fellowship opportunity for which you are applying. There is some flexibility with the Fellowship start and end dates; please include any known schedule conflicts.
  • A Fellowship expectations letter. This should detail what you expect to do and gain from your experience.
  • Resume
  • College Transcript(s)
  • Two letters of recommendation. One must be an academic reference.

Completed Application Packet

Email your completed application packet to CHaley@VirginiaAquarium.com and copy Interns@VirginiaAquarium.com. Please type "Animal Care Fellowship" in the subject line. Incomplete application packets will not be considered.

The Virginia Aquarium’s Research & Conservation Division is now accepting applications for Sea Turtle and Marine Mammal Stranding Response Batten Fellowships.

The application deadline is February 15th, 2023.

  • Fellows are expected to work 400 hours over approximately three months, starting in either May or June.
  • Fellowships will be fulfilled in accordance with COVID-19 safety guidelines and positions are subject to change based on the most current recommendations.
  • Housing is not provided by the Virginia Aquarium.
  • Fellows are fully responsible for fulfilling all requirements of their home institutions to receive academic credit.
  • This competitive position includes modest compensation to help offset personal and incidental expenses over the course of the appointment period.

Position Overview

Virginia Aquarium Stranding Response Program (VAQS) Fellows promote the conservation of marine animal species through research, response, rehabilitation, and education. Fellows will be trained in all aspects of stranding response. Stranding work is unpredictable, therefore experiences will vary by fellowship session. VAQS staff will provide as many learning opportunities as possible during each session.

Duties

  • Respond to live and dead marine mammals and sea turtles in the field.
  • Participate in all aspects of post-mortem examinations: cutting and sampling, data collection & entry, photographing, report writing, carcass recovery, and cleaning.
  • Perform daily husbandry tasks, including food preparation, feeding, and cleaning the rehab area, kitchen and associated supplies and equipment.
  • Assist staff with new patients, including: daily treatments, restraining animals for exams, collecting vital rates (heart rate, respiratory rate, temperature) and morphometrics, taking photographs, administering medications, and performing wound care.
  • Assist with research projects and field activities involving sea turtles and marine mammals.
  • Ensure response preparedness by stocking response bags, fueling vehicles, and cleaning/restocking gear and supplies.
  • Assist with releases of rehabilitation patients, public outreach events, and volunteer/cooperator training.
  • Assist staff with daily administrative tasks, including answering hotline calls, data entry, and completing response paperwork.
  • Complete other projects and tasks as assigned by VAQS staff.

Required Qualifications

  • Must be at least 18 years old.
  • Must be a rising junior, recent graduate, or currently pursuing a post-graduate degree in a science-based (or veterinary) program.
  • Must be self-motivated, articulate, mature, reliable, and responsible. Should work well independently as well as with a team.
  • Must be physically fit with the ability to lift 50 lbs and walk long distances (>3 mi/5 km) on the beach in adverse conditions such as extreme heat and cold, humidity, rain, and/or wind.
  • Be able to swim and be comfortable in and around open water and boats.
  • Be willing to learn how to drive response vehicles, if accepted (required).

Preferred Qualifications

  • Demonstrate interest in a career in marine or veterinary science.
  • Have some experience in stranding response, field research, and/or wild/exotic animal care.
  • Have basic math and computer skills using MS spreadsheets, relational databases, and data entry (advanced programs such as SQL, GIS, R, etc. preferred).
  • Be comfortable around dead and decomposing animals.
  • Be comfortable driving large pick-up trucks and vans.

Position Requirements

  • Attend VAQS orientation and City of Virginia Beach Defensive Driving upon starting.
  • Possess a valid U.S. driver’s license.
  • Pass a City of Virginia Beach background check.
  • Be available to perform support activities (24-7) as needed during the period of appointment.

Fellowship Learning Objectives

Develop fundamental hands-on stranding response and rehabilitation skills:

  • Perform basic post-mortem examinations on sea turtles and marine mammals.
  • Perform basic health assessments of rehabilitation patients, including collecting vital rates, treating wounds, administering medications, and processing blood samples.
  • Be able to complete Sea Turtle Stranding and Salvage Network (STSSN) and Marine Mammal Stranding Level A forms.
  • Enter stranding data in Microsoft Access.

- Complete an individual project with a final deliverable (paper/report and/or oral presentation).

Fellow Schedule

Fellow is expected to be available 4-5 days per week, either 8:00am-4:30pm or 7:00am-5:30pm. Weekend and holiday coverage is expected.

Maximum Commitment Required

800 hours (only if available for a longer time frame)

Fellow Supervisor/Mentor

VAQS Volunteer Manager and project supervisor

Work Location

Virginia Aquarium’s Darden Marine Animal Conservation Center

Application Requirements

A complete Stranding Response Fellowship application must include the following components:

  • Cover letter. There is some flexibility with Fellowship start/end dates; please include any known schedule conflicts in your cover letter.
  • Fellowship expectations letter. This should include what you expect to do and get from your experience at VAQS.
  • Resume
  • College transcript(s)
  • Two letters of recommendation; one must be an academic reference. Letters can be sent separately to vaqstranding@gmail.com

If applying via email, please send application to interns@virginiaaquarium.com and send a copy of the application to vaqstranding@gmail.com. Incomplete applications will not be considered.

If applying via mail, please send application to:

Volunteer Services Office – Batten Fellows

Virginia Aquarium & Marine Science Center

717 General Booth Boulevard

Virginia Beach, VA 23451

Learn more about Batten Fellowships.